OBITUARY

Anna Marie Hartz

July 2, 1929May 28, 2019
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Anna Marie Hartz, 89 of Seattle, Washington, passed away on May 28, 2019.

She was born in Seattle on July 2, 1929. Anna graduated from Cleveland High School. On June 4, 1948 she married the love of her life, George Edward Hartz, who preceeded her in death in 2014.

Anna was a meat processor during her working years. She was a member of Foresters and had a passion for camping, traveling and pretty much any family activity.

She is survived by her Sons; Robert and James Hartz, Grandchildren; Tammy Reed, Kristina Davis and Michael Hartz and her Sister; Roberta (Birdie). Anna is dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all.

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, June 14, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, June 14, 2019

Memories

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Cindi McCarter

June 5, 2019

Aunt Anna was truely a great person. She was very much a family person. I have so many loving memories of her and Uncle George. They came to all our family functions. My mom will truly miss her big sister.

Amanda Nguyen

June 3, 2019

Summer days spent playing in Anna’s pool and yard with Kristina . Anna was kind and welcoming but stern enough to keep us in line . (Which could be difficult ) . Anna is responsible for wonderful memories I now have of my childhood and I prey she is in peace with George . I know she will be missed

Linda Bardsley

June 3, 2019

My family Chuck and Eileen Bardsley and siblings Judy and Dennis were Forresters as well and we go camping with Aunt Anna and Uncle George cousins Robert,(Bob), Jim and Mike. Had the best time watching the parents dance, laugh and telling great stories. One of my best childhood memories was with Aunt Anna and her family. RIP Aunt Anna...love you forever

Candy Bogue

June 3, 2019

I remember when we would go camping with them. George would ride bicycle backwards. Anna had a heart of gold. She will be missed. Send my prays to family and friends.

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